Packing Tips for FTM Transgender Men

FTM Transgender Men

As a FTM transgender guy, how you feel is equally as important as how you look. Therefore, it is important not only to project a male image but also to feel comfortable in your own skin. One of the places that FTM transgender men have a problem when it comes to feeling like a man is in their nether regions. Given that they have neither a male-looking nor a male-feeling crotch, feeling truly manly can pose some challenges. Luckily, all this can be remedied thanks to packing. In fact, packing is crucial for those who have not undergone a sex reassignment surgery.

Packing, for the uninitiated, is the art of creating a male-looking and male-feeling bulge in the crotch. Packing is essential for FTM transgender guys because it offers them a realistic bulge like that of a regular guy. Some of the terms that are used to refer to a packing device include packy, packer, and STP packer. STP packers are particularly beneficial because you can use them to pee while standing like a man.

It is worth mentioning that not all trans men pack. Some say that packing is too hot or sticky, leading to an uncomfortable feeling. If you find that packing is uncomfortable, you don’t have to do it. Additionally, others do not pack simply because they find it unnecessary.

Occasions that May Warrant Packing

Packing can be particularly advantageous in some specific situations. Even if you don’t like packing, wearing one during these occasions can significantly help you project a strong male image. Many of the occasions that may require you to wear a packing device include times where your crotch area is exposed, such as while swimming. Additionally, if you are the daring type who likes to wear tight fitting pants, packing would be handy because it would help you create a male-looking bulge.

Hard Packing and Soft Packing

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As an FTM transgender men, it is important to understand some of the terms that go with packing. Specifically, you must know how to distinguish between hard packing and soft packing. Packing hard can be defined as the act of wearing a dildo or another prosthetic device that is usually erect. Hard packing is usually done for the purpose of sexual enjoyment. Given that men don’t usually walk about with erect phalluses, it would probably be best to leave hard packing for the bedroom. On the other hand, soft packing simply refers to wearing a packing device simply to create the illusion of a flaccid phallus.

In conclusion, if you are packing for the first time, it would be a good idea to do some research on the products and styles available so that you can create a convincing look with your packing device. Researching online will give you plenty of examples to emulate and teach you how the male scrotum sits under underwear.

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How to Display Male Body Language for FTM Transgender Male

FTM Transgender Male

People are very good at reading body language. They can tell whether you are confidence about yourself or if you are tense and nervous just by looking at you. Additionally, male and female body language has some distinct differences in style. As a result, it is important to know what kind of body language is attractive as a FTM transgender male. If you understand and practice attractive body language techniques, you will not only build your confidence but also enjoy an unrivaled masculine image.

Understanding what constitutes as male body language and knowing the influence it has on other people can be very advantageous, particularly when you are dealing with women. If you want a woman to find you irresistibly attractive, then you must know how to project attractive male body language. However, it is worth mentioning that body language is only part of the equation. You must also develop an attractive personality. Below are some tips that will teach you how to display attractive male body language.

Have Good Posture

FTM Transgender Male

Although it may sound cliché, good posture is the first step to having attractive male body language. As a FTM trans guy, it is important to have a good body posture because it creates an aura of confidence around you. There is nothing more obviously unattractive than terrible posture. Slouching as you walk and sit will only show people that you do not have confidence. On the other hand, walking around with an elevated chest and shoulders back will certainly make you feel and look more attractive and manly.

Slow Down Your Movements

Men that display attractive body language are sure of themselves. Their body movements are often precise and calculated. As a FTM transgender male, you should also try to act like this. You should slow down your body movement, as this makes you look more confident and natural. Try to make your movements smooth and graceful. This does not mean you should walk like a tortoise. It simply means avoiding running around like a headless chicken.

Eye Contact

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A key aspect of good body language for both men and women is eye contact. When conversing with other people, proper eye contact is one of the main things they will immediately notice. To be an alpha male, you need to know how to maintain proper eye contact with those you are talking with. Additionally, this will certainly get you more points when conversing with women. Looking down or averting your eyes when conversing with a lady will reveal a lack of confidence. On the other hand, never blinking or holding eye contact for too long can make your partner feel uncomfortable. You should learn the difference between staring and maintaining proper eye contact. Coupled with a smile, good eye contact will help you project attractive male body language.

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Fashion Tips for FTM Transgender Guys

FTM Transgender Guys

As a FTM transgender guy,  projecting a male image is crucial. Your presentation matters. Your style of dress matters. The secret to “passing” as male is wearing men’s clothing. This goes beyond simply going to the men’s department in your local shopping center. It is important to choose male clothes that fit your FTM body well, which could be challenging if you have a small body or other considerations. Here are some tips that can help you choose male clothes for your FTM body.

Do the Clothes Fit?

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One of the key questions you should ask yourself when shopping for male apparel is whether they fit your body properly. As a rule of thumb, always go for clothes that fit you well. Whether you are just wearing jeans and a t-shirt or something more dressed up, it should be neither too tight nor too baggy. For example, when choosing pants, ensure that it not only has the right cut but also that it sits comfortably at your waistline.

If you have a slightly smaller body, there is no shame in shopping in the boy’s section. All that matters is whether the clothes will fit your frame and body type. Additionally, shopping in the boy’s section comes with a pocket-friendly price tag.

Are You Comfortable?

FTM Transgender GuyFashion is often a personal choice. Therefore, although you want to project a male image, you should always make sure that you are comfortable in whatever you are wearing. Do not wear something uncomfortable just because other guys are wearing it. You should wear clothing that fits you properly and makes you look like the man you want to be.

If you are one of the lucky FTM transgender guy that have small hips, finding male pants that fit you well and are comfortable is plain sailing. However, if you have slightly bigger hips, finding pants that fit you well can be tricky because most male pants don’t have room for larger hips. When looking for pants, ensure that the pants you choose hug your body while still allowing room for movement.

Do the Clothes Have Any Patterns?

The patterns on the clothing you choose are very important, especially when choosing shirts and t-shirts. This is because they can be used to camouflage any bumps on your chest. For many FTM trans guy, hiding their chest under a shirt can be a somewhat tricky. Luckily, patterns can be used to disguise bumps or make them appear less noticeable.

As a final note, never fall for the misconception that baggier clothing will help you hide your chest or your lack of muscles. Despite what most people think, baggy clothing makes you look older and unfashionable. Clothes that fit well complement your figure and show it off to your best advantage.

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Embracing the Journey from Female to Male

Female to Male

In this world, there are people who are born female but identify as male. Such people yearn to transition to the gender they have always identified with. If you are a female who identifies with the male gender, understand that you are not alone. Thanks to the advancement of technology, you can physically transition to the male you have always been.

Female to MaleThe surgery that will enable you to transform from female to male is known as Sex Reassignment Surgery. This surgery alters your physical features to match those of the male gender. It involves two stages: the upper surgery and the bottom surgery. The upper surgery includes a double mastectomy and the reconstruction of the chest. This will get rid of your bust and give you a flat, manly chest. The bottom surgery involves a surgery known as RFF Phalloplasty. This procedure involves the use of skin and veins from the forearm to construct a male phallus. Apart from RFF Phalloplasty, there is another similar procedure called ALT Phalloplasty that uses skin and veins from the thighs to make a male phallus instead.

Transitioning from female to male is a unique journey for each person who chooses to undertake it. You not only have to transition physically but socially as well. Below are some insightful tips that will help you learn how to embrace your journey from female to male.

Accept Yourself

Just because you do not identify with the gender you received at birth does not make you a basket case. It is perfectly normal not to identify with the gender assigned at birth. Many people, unfortunately, are faced with gender dysphoria due to this situation. Therefore, it is essential to accept who you are. In fact, accepting yourself is a vital step in your transitioning process.

Start by Coming Out

The best starting point for your transition is to come out. While this step may be uncomfortable, you need to take it nonetheless. Your family, friends, and loved ones need time to adjust to the news. Even after your physical transformation it might take time because people were used to the female you. During this step, you will need a strong support system, so finding friends and family members who are accepting of your change should be a priority.

Start Acting/Dressing like a Guy

Female to Male

Social transformation is an important step on your journey to embracing your masculinity. You can start your social transformation simply by acting and dressing like a guy. You cannot expect people to address you as a “he” when you are dressed in clearly feminine clothes. Remember: the acting will eventually have to stop for you to become the real you, meaning it will eventually become your reality and not an act. There are various websites online where you can read about how to project a manly image.

Seek Professional Help

For your physical transformation, you will need professional help. You should begin by talking to a therapist, who can help you with the emotional problems you may be going through. Next, you should look for a professional doctor who can advise you on the best route to follow for your physical transformation.

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